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Induction of somatic embryogenesis in Cedrela odorata L.)


, : Induction of somatic embryogenesis in Cedrela odorata L.). Pittieria 2000; 32(28): 31-38

In order to establish a mass regeneration system for C. odorata to use in a genetic improvement programme, in vitro culture trials were carried out with parts of immature zygotic embryos as explants. Somatic embryogenesis was induced in MS medium supplemented with (as mg/litre) myo-inositol 100, sucrose 30 000, vitamin B5, 2,4-D (4.0 and 6.0), and solidified with 1.3% DBA Embryos were incubated in darkness at 27+or-2 degrees C.

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